Cervical sagging

The neck is an area very compromised by its delicate skin and lack of support, which makes sagging appear as

  • loss of mandibular contour
  • submenton clipping
  • folds in the central neck area
  • horizontal lines on the neck
  • Spots or redness

Despite the chronological aging, wrinkles, spots and sagging skin greatly damage our appearance. These problems occur due to sun exposure, loss of elasticity and skin tone.


With the help of photographic analysis, we can detect all possible alterations to improve. The degree of sagging , the patient’s age and physiological skin aging determines the most appropriate type of approach to treat the affected area .

“The protocols for non-invasive medical treatments are based on the degree of sagging and dehydration of the skin”

Among the possible treatments are injections of amino acids and multivitamins that would be recommended 3- 4 sessions every 15 days and according to the degree of sagging.

They can also be associated with peeling , hyaluronic acid or complementary treatments such as radiofrequency , polylactic acid , calcium hydroxyapatite (Radiesse) that improve grooves and wrinkles and stimulate the formation of new collagen and elastin fibers.

These treatments are effective and with few side effects, being able to be associated with other treatments such as radiofrequency, focused ultrasound, pulsed light (IPL) that correct the spots and redness of the neck and neck and the CO2 and fraxel lasers that promote a deep remodeling of the skin.

Prevention is very interesting, and the younger, the greater the maintenance of the percentage of collagen and the better the response of the tissue itself. It is recommended that the treatments are carried out as soon as the first signs of sagging emerge

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